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Out of 1,100 discs tested, 13 are defective. Estimate the number of defective discs in a batch of 41,000. A. about 485 discs B. about 970 discs C. about 4,850 discs D. about 49 discs

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1100 ----> 13 41000 --------> x x= 41000*13/1100 = about 485 discs
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